Apium graveolens (Celery) 12cm Pot

4.99 “Price excl. VAT: 4.99

Celery, Apium graveolens, is cultivated for its juicy stalks and occasionally its leaves. Its stalks work well when roasted or chopped into salads and stews.

Both celery and celeriac were bred from the same wild plant. Celeriac is hardier and more disease resistant than celery, but the flavour and aroma of the plants is similar.

Celery is a moisture-loving plant and requires a rich, moisture-retentive soil in full sun. The soil should never be allowed to dry out.

Grow Apium graveolens in moisture retentive soil in full sun to partial shade. Never allow the soil to dry out. Harvest the heart and stems from August to October.

Supplied in a 12cm Pot
Price is per plant

Availability: 4 in stock

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